Lunar New Year: Tales from Beijing Railway Station

Billions of journeys are made every year in China during the Lunar New Year period, as people flock home to celebrate and catch up with family members. Here are just a few of those travelers, picked from one of the busiest train stations in China. <!-- -->
</br>We'll start with Zhao Jianwen (L) and Gao Zaili (R), who are traveling back to Yuncheng, Shanxi province, with bags full of sausages from the meat factory they worked at over the past two years in Beijing.

Billions of journeys are made every year in China during the Lunar New Year period, as people flock home to celebrate and catch up with family members. Here are just a few of those travelers, picked from one of the busiest train stations in China.
We'll start with Zhao Jianwen (L) and Gao Zaili (R), who are traveling back to Yuncheng, Shanxi province, with bags full of sausages from the meat factory they worked at over the past two years in Beijing.